In this digital age of movie making, CGI can make or break a film. Some, like 1993's “Jurassic Park,” practically seamless. And that movie still holds up today, nearly 25 years later. But others, like 2001’s “The Mummy Returns,” are, well, a little less seamless. And that's despite coming along years later and with a much bigger budget. So this is our ode to the worst CGI movie moments. These scene could have been great. So what happened? Someone must have overlooked them during budget allocation. Or maybe the visual effects guy was on a long break while the scenes were rendering.